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"Far Out Shoot Out weather looks good" | Mac Marle'n | 05/22/05
 

Just got off the coconut telegraph with Jim Can'torie of WC and he reaffirmed his excellent weather forcast for the Far Out Shoot Out to be held this weekend at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center. According to "Jim", high pressure will build in Wednesday/ Thursday with winds going from NW to light and variable. Saturday/Sunday looks like summer pattern with flat morning seas and afternoon SW sea breeze. Widely scatterred thunder showers Saturday afternoon.

So fishermen out there; "Game On!". Join us for this strictly fun event. Low entry fee includes dinner and tee shirts. Win some $$'s but everyone knows it's really about the local braggin rights, camardie, fish stories/ect.Going to the gulf stream with a large group of boats is the best way to go for the experienced or inexperienced fishermen.

As the tournament has grown it is necessary we use our off island parking and free shuttle system. Please don't try to park at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center. There's just not enough parking there and we don't want anybody getting parking tickets. The shuttle is free, simple, no hassel. Look for the signs on the mainland side of Causeway Drive before you cross the intercoastal waterway.We need your help and co-operation in riding the shuttle to keep all the powers to be happy. Thanks.


- Capt. Rube McMullan
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"Far Out Shoot Out next weekend" | Show Time | 05/21/05
 

Just a reminder to everyone that next weekend is the annual quest for braggin rights a/k/a FAR OUT SHOOT OUT Blue Water Tourney to be held at the Ocean ISle Fishing Center. This is a great opportunity for newcomers as well as old hands at gulf stream fishing to join together for a fun action packed adventure to the gulf stream. It appears our blue water fishing is peaking as our trips this week were the best we've had this season.

The tourney is based on one point per pound for tuna/dolphin/wahoo with billfish releases adding 50 points. Traditionally, the teams that can catch all 3 of the meat fish are in great position to win. Come join the fun, food, camaradie, great fishing; win some money and most importantly shoot at the braggin rights which we all know is what's it's really all about.

Capt meeting/ dinner/free seminars will be at OIFC Friday evening with one fish day either Saturday or Sunday[captain choice]. I spoke to Jim Can'ttorie at WC and he promises as the high pressure system builds in Wed/Thurs, the weekend looks perfect.

Please note due to parking limitations, we will have our off island shuttle running Friday. Please don't try to park at OIFC, there won't be any parking available. Ride the free shuttle, avoid hassel/parking tickets/ect. It's easy; your help is appreciated. Look for shuttle signs along mainland side of Causeway Drive.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Week in Review" | Carolina Contender | 05/21/05
 

I've been busy fishing and apologize for not getting a fishing report up sooner.  Last week the weather was pretty good and we were able to get out and do some Gulf Stream and bottom fishing.  On the bottom trip, I took a group aboard the Carolina Contender on Monday and we had a great day catching Grouper.  Most of the Grouper were Scamps but we caught a few Gags.  We were fishing in 95 feet of water over structure and the Grouper were hitting both live and dead bait.  In the Stream, we were in a down cycle week before last, but this last week it picked up and stayed strong all week.  We've been catching the coveted Carolina Slam of Tuna, Dolphin and Wahoo on every trip.  The Dolphin are getting very plentiful although the larger ones have not shown up yet.  The Wahoo too continue hot, but we've been mostly seeing smaller 15-25 pounders as opposed to the many 40+ pounders we were seeing in April.  The Yellowfin too are still here, but they are spotty and finicky.  I've seen a lot more Flying Fish this week offshore so that should mean the arrival of the bigger Tuna and Dolphin at any time.  The Far Out Shoot Out is next weekend, so come down and fish for bragging rights and prize money.  You can fish either Saturday or Sunday, so hopefully the weather will decent on one of those days.  See you here.- Capt. Brant


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"Hot Hot Hot!" | Show Time | 05/20/05
 

This is the time of year when things really start shaking.  We are in a transition period for fishing with our weather going from spring to summer.  Because of this different species of fish are moving into our waters, some are leaving and some are just confused.  Confused?  Yes we had a report verified by 4 other witnesses that last Sunday a very unique catch was taken off of Ocean Isle Beach.  Are you ready for this?  Property values will surely skyrocket again once this report hits the air waves.  A Charlotte man on vacation staying 4 houses from the end of Ocean Isle Beach on the West End towards Tubbs Inlet was surf fishing with a frozen cigar minnow when all of a sudden his rod doubled.  The report is they could only see some oddly colored fish thrashing around in the surf as the angler pulled the fish towards the beach.  Once landed the angler and witnesses were shocked to see a 7-8lb mahi mahi lay at their feet.  This fish was surely lost as catching mahi off the beach would be like seeing a palm tree in Alaska.  Or, who knows, maybe this is the start of a fishery the only place on the east coast where you can catch mahi off the beach.  Beyond the mahi on the beach, the spanish mackerel have shown up in huge numbers and size along our beaches.  The king mackerel are also on the beach doing their typical spring time brief showing.  And to top it off cobia have also shown up on the beach.  Spanish, kings, and cobia have all been caught off area piers in the last week.  Right now the water temperature is warmer on the beach than it is in the 3 to 30 mile range.  That is why the fish are so close.  Once the water takes up its normal pattern and warms up in the mid range these fish will take their position on artificial reefs, live bottoms and other areas of structure.  Capt. Stan on the Stori Teller has also hit high gear this past week with great catches of flounder and grey trout.  The Gulf Stream is as hot right now as you will ever see.  The last 5 times in a row that I've been to the stream we've came home with a Carolina Slam (tuna, dolphin, wahoo).  I've been fishing more toward the 100/400 area and blackjack lately and finding tons of mahi, tons of wahoo and a few tuna.  Yesterday the dolphin were so thick we were throwing them back and actually picked up our lines and ran from them to try and find other species.  If you were going to pick one time of year to go fishing off our coast to capture a wide variety of species the best time would be without a doubt now.  The weather continues to cooperate though today and tomorrow look iffy.  Come on down and experience exactly what I'm talking about.  Call 910-575-FISH to book a trip or bring your own boat and stop by and we'll do our best to point you in the right direction.

Oh wait, I forgot to mention one other fishery that is hot right now.  Grouper are on right now also.  Capt. Brant guided a trip a few days ago and blistered the scamp and black grouper in 100' of water.  He reported catching more than 30 groupers on live and dead bait.  If you are going grouper or cobia fishing don't bother going unless you go with chum.  We have a new sardine chum here that is the deal.  It is the most effective, cleanest, hassle free and environmentally correct chum you will find.  Ok, I think that covers everything.


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"SAVE OUR POGIES UPDATE" | Carolina Contender | 05/19/05
 

Check out update on saveourpogies.com.

Can't get Brant/Barrett to slow down fishing long enough to put up report but they've been killing them; gulf stream best action of the season and excellent grouper fishing closer in. Standby.


- Capt. Rube McMullan
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"Weekend Recap" | Show Time | 05/16/05
 

Ok, let me catch my breath.  For 3 out of the last 4 days I've been plowing the Gulf Stream waters in search of glamour and glory.  Last week began with Capt. Hook's big wahoo catch around the MacMarle'n Hole.  By Thursday a large contingent of boats from Ocean Isle and surrounding beaches headed out hoping to find the same action Capt. Hook had found earlier in the week.  On Thursday, I fished with Capt. York Pharr on his Pharr Fishing Team boat in the direction of the MacMarle'n hole with along with around 20 other boats.  The action was decent with most boats catching a handful of Mahi and a wahoo or two.  Things had slowed dramatically from earlier in the week.  Friday and Saturday yielded the same type of catches to the South with the Mahi dominating the fish box and increasing in average size each day.  On Saturday I opted to take the Carolina Contender in the opposite direction and fish the Steeples area.  I arrived to find very fishy conditions with rip currents and birds right on top of the structure.  Though the conditions were right the fish were slow to cooperate.  Apparently the tuna had been biting good before I arrived.  By midday the action heated up as I would end the day with 2 wahoo, 5 mahi, and 1 yellowfin- Carolina Slam!  Yesterday capped off my weekend with a great day of fishing.  I headed the Showtime to the Blackjack hole but about 10 miles inshore I noticed several potential thunderstorms sitting right on top of the numbers.  Capt. Squid and I put the baits in the water and began trolling taking a more southerly course towards the 100/400 to avoid the clouds.  After an hour with little action in the shallow water things lit up.  When we got to 175 feet the bite was on.  From 10 am until 3 pm I logged about 10,000 miles in the cockpit chasing rods and changing baits never going more than 10 minutes without a bite.  The mahi bite was hot with fish up to 20lbs.  The wahoo bite was also on although we didn't land even half of those bites.  With 5 minutes left of fishing time the tuna showed up and we were lucky enough to go 2 for 2 on them with the largest at 40lbs.  All this action took place between the black jack and 100/400 with most action coming at the 100/400.  The highlight of the day though came just after lunchtime when a ballyhoo trolled right behind the teaser was destroyed and my TLD 25 went to singing.  After a 40 minute battle and never having seen the fish we were guessing either a monster wahoo or a yellowfin tuna.  The fish ran hard like a wahoo at first staying on top and then went deep and dogged it out like a tuna.  Finally the fish surface about 20 feet behind the boat and both our guesses were wrong as we were shocked to see we had a Mako shark on the other end of the line.  Mako's are not your typical shark.  They are an extremely sporting fish that put up a fight similar to a blue marlin.  They run hard often times jump and then sound down deep.  They are also considered a delicacy on the dinner table.  So now we were in a predicament on what exactly to do next. We had this 65 lb Mako shark with its enormous teeth and incredible strength swimming along with us and were now faced with the challenge of how to get it in the boat.  After deciding that we would try to capture the shark we formulated a gameplan.  Basically it was put the fish in the boat and get the heck out of the way.  I cleared the cockpit of crew and all anglers.  The fish was angled close enough and I buried the gaff.  Needless to say the fish was not happy.  It went to chomping and spinning and kicking on the end of the gaff. I finally was able to drag it over the side and escaped the cockpit for the chaos that was to ensue.  The Mako was a first for me and the first ever brought back to the Ocean Isle Fishing Center.  All in all we had a great weekend of fishing with it improving each day.  The weather has been great for the past week.  Hopefully that trend will continue along with the incredible Gulf Stream fishing.  Here are a few pics I managed to snap over the past few days. 


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Beach King Mackerel Bite" | Carolina Contender | 05/15/05
 

Big news yesterday was from the "Giddyup Girl" who caught a 30 lb King couple hundred yards off from Sunset Beach pier. Philip Greene and Robt Clark reported they fished the 90/90 and caught couple snake kings and a bonita and were coming in and decided to throw out a dead cigar[left over from a 2 year old box of cigars] just off the Sunset pier. Bait hit the water and was immediately hit by the smoker who was off to the races. A great catch and maybe signals the beginning of the amazing beach bite that comes every year for a couple of weeks. It normally occurs the first week of May with best fishing off Yaupon and Long Beach. Cool water has had everything running couple weeks behind this year. Checked with piers and no Kings yet but I gave them our report and I know their fishermen are fired up in anticipation of the bite. Also lots of Spanish now showing around inlets.

Offshore in gulf stream alot of boats fishing yesterday with fair to mixed results. Scattered tuna/dolphin/wahoo up and down line. Best action seemed to be Blackjack and Steeples. Capt Barrett had impressive catch of T/D/W at Steeples and Lee Frick had similar good catch at Blackjack. Down south dolphin definelty getting bigger.

Time to be getting ready for Far Out Shoot Out to be held here at Ocean ISle Fishing Center Memorial Day weekend. Registration is Friday and you can fish Saturday or Sunday. Great opportunity to go to stream with a large group of anglers and win a little money and a whole bunch of bragging rights. Come join in the fishing and camaradie.The stream fishing will only be getting better and I expect the bite to be red hot for the tourney.


- Capt. Rube McMullan
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"It's fishing time" | Team Carolina Wellcraft | 05/14/05
 

Finally the weather has stabalized and we can actually go fishing. After the amazing wahoo bite the first of the week action slowed a little in the stream although there is better and better action occurring with dolphin along with some wahoo. Tuna have been scarace although a few have been caught[thanks for the tuna steaks Capt Woody on Birdman]. Doesn't seem to be concentration at any one spot, some going south , some north. A bunch of boats are out there today so we'll have a good report this evening.

First reports of Spanish at the inlets yesterday along with small Kings. At the Tower the King bite is explosive along with decent bottom fishing. Kings should move into the 30 mile range this week and then to Jungle and Shark Hole. Cobia should also show in the 30 mile range. Best bet fishing there is to anchor, chum, free line, and bottom fish. Kings and Cobia will come to chum. You can jig up live bait while bottom fishing to use on the Kings/Cobia. We've got some new sardine chum that we really like.

With stable weather fishing should really be torking up  this week. Get on down here; we need help catching. 


- Capt. Rube McMullan
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"OIFC Record Wahoo!" | Team Carolina Wellcraft | 05/11/05
 

Yesterday, May 10th, the "Hey Doc" out of Holden Beach, NC weighed in an all time record wahoo at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center.  Capt. Ryan Kelly, angler of the monster wahoo Rick Kelly, John Broadnax, and Robbie Bryant fished their 26' Regulator around the Wynyah Scarp area to find the fish.  On the North Carolina citation certified scales at the Ocean Isle Fishing Center the wahoo weighed an impressive 95.30lbs, which surprassed the previous wahoo OIFC record held by Capt. Brant's Showtime at 75lbs.  Congratulations to the "Hey Doc" team on an incredible catch. 


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Weekend's Inshore tourney results" | Carolina Contender | 05/11/05
 

39 boat entries-- good money paid out and looks very positive for the future.

OVERALL CHAMPION - GRADY GORDAN "JAWL BREAKER"
1.40 lb Flounder
2.40 lb Trout
$800.00
Flounder
1 Top This Kenny Tucker 3.00 lb $300 + $850 1st TWT
2 Triple J Gary Culp 2.40 lb $200 + $595 2nd TWT
3 Mar Jac Tim and Ed Hooks 2.20 lb $150 + $255 3rd TWT
4 Flounder Pounder Brandon Sauls 1.95 lb $125
5 N/A Kenny Jacobs 1.8 lb $100
Trout
1 N/A Brent Banks 7.10 lb $300 + $650 1st TWT
2 Head Shaker Roger Uzzell 6.7 lb $200 + $450 2nd TWT
3 Sneak Attach II Ed Mosley 3.45 lb $150 + $200 3rd TWT
4 Huckleberry Matt Owens 2.45 lb $125
5 Shallow Minded Mark Dixson - Mark Stacey 2.40 lb $100


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"good news" | Stori Teller | 05/10/05
 

I finally have the authority to say that the inshore flounder bite is on. The last couple of days I have been busy running trips on the Stori Teller so lets catch up.On Monday I left the fishing center confident that we could get on a grey trout bite out on the a.r 485. so thats where we started.Once we got there we immediately began dropping sting silver jigs on top of the structure where we had marked the fish on the finder.The second jig down was attacked by a hungry trout and it was on.We caught trout in the 1 to 4 pound range along with a few scattered bluefish until about 11 o'clock.Then we decided to head inshore to try and catch some flounder.We started in the back of a creek with a falling tide.In the next hour we boated 10 flounder with 4 being of legal size.Once the tide stopped moving the bite was over. 
   Then there was today.We left with intentions of going back to the trout bite we had yesterday but a 15 knot east wind changed our minds.So back to the creek we went with not so impressive results.In 4 hours we had 4 flounder with one being a keeper.You know what they say,when  the wind is out of the east the fish bite the least.


- Capt. Stan Gurganus
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"Today's Report" | Carolina Contender | 05/10/05
 

We're off to the Save Our Pogies meeting in Raleigh today.  Wish us luck.  I hope you are going to be there to meet us- we need help!
Fishing was good yesterday and the weather was awesome.  I'm sure you saw Captn. Hook's post as he nailed the Wahoo.  I stayed a bit closer inshore and did some bottomfishing, hoping to find the Grouper had moved inshore- they really have not.  We caught a bunch of big Sea Bass and a whopping 20 pound Genuine Red Snapper along with a few Kings.  We caught the Kings at the Twin Cities wrecks (44 miles) and it was evident they would be moving into that area in numbers very soon.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"WAHOO!!" | Capt. Hook | 05/09/05
 

Wow what a day. I am just getting done cleaning fish and the boat from an awesome stream trip. We had a charter cancel late yesterday so I decided to take some guys I used to work with on a promised trip. We threw the lines out in the 650’s and just after all were deployed we had 4 Mahi on. We managed to get two in the box thanks to trying to sling gaffers in the boat. I actually sent one sliding across the top of the cabin that looked like Bo Duke hood sliding on the dukes of hazard!! BUT THEN we experienced the best Wahoo bite I have ever been a part of or heard of in this area of the world. We ended up with eleven!! 1 in the fifties, 2 in the forties, several in the thirties and a couple in the twenties. One time we had 3 or 4 circling the back of the boat like dolphin!! WOW hand feeding a Wahoo that was the first for me!! The bite is definitely on  so book your trip or fire the boat up!!


- Capt. David Hooks
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"Tomorrow is the day! - Save Our Pogies" | Team Carolina Wellcraft | 05/09/05
 

Tomorrow is the day. Our hearing before the Envirnoment and Natural Resources Committee will be heard approx 1:00pm in Room 653 of the Legislative Office Building.

Our whole strategy has been to build a grass roots campaign based upon unanimous support from our beach communities and then support from sports fishermen throughout the state. This is why we have pounded on you guys to make contact with your elected Reps as what we hope is these Reps will make the decision to listen to you voters verses listening to the lobbyist efforts of Omega Protein/Beaufort Fisheries. I have no idea what to expect from the Committee but I feel like everyone all across the state has done an excellent job in communicating your concerns and desires to the elected Reps.

At the hearing it is now important to bring a large crowd to demonstrate to the committee our committment to the effort. Please try to make it to the hearing. We need you there!. Thanks. Rube McMullan


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Weather is here, wish you were beautiful." | Carolina Contender | 05/09/05
 

FINALLY!!!The weatherman has figured out it's almost summer. Saw on forecast our 2 favorite words for first time I can remember this spring...."light and variable". And it is.. you could skip a nickel all the way to Frying Pan Tower today and the weeks looks good.

Fishing yesterday was good and bad. We looked at temp charts and guessed 100/400 to Blackjack would be direction to go. Looked like a good temp break there verses warmer water down south. The only boat that had a good day between 100/400 and Steeples was Scott Quaintance's families brand new Carolina Bluewater, a beautiful 47 foot Cabo. On this, his innagural trip he and crew caught 3 citation Wahoo, 67,49, and 41. How's that for your first trip out in your brand new boat!

Closer in we are staring to pick up good grouper in the 80-100 foot depth.

Also a good bite on Atlantic Bonita yesterday at the Sherman.

On the SAVE OUR POGIES  effort, tomorrow is the day. We will have a bus leaving from the Ocean ISle Beach Town Hall at approx 7:00am. Please join us in Raleigh as the bill goes before Committee where we either live or die based upon how the committee votes. A strong demonstration of support from fishermen all over the state is what we need to get the Committte  to listen to their constituents verses the lobbyist from Omega Proteins that are pounding away at them. Please come to Raleith. The hearing will be approx 1:00pm in Room 653 of the Legislative Office Building. Look on www.saveourpogies.com for direction.


- Capt. Rube McMullan
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"Flounder/Trout tournament underway today" | Team Carolina Wellcraft | 05/07/05
 

40 boats signed up for the 2nd annual Flounder/Trout Classic here at the Ocean ISle Fishing Center sponsered by Clay Morphis's Shallow Water Boat sales featuring MAJEK BOATS. As fishermen signed up and paid their $75 entry they were served up the most amazing meal that could only have been prepared by the world famous "Pork Chop Kitchin". Ribs/BBQ/fried corn/fried corn paties....I'd happily paid my $75 for the dinner, forget the fishing. We'll post the results as we begin to hear what's happening and this should be the perfect start for the flounder/trout season as these fishermen will surely locate the fish.

Offshore, final;y it looks like the weather is going to recognize it's almost summer. Looks good for next week and we'll be back at the stream starting tomorrow. Stay tuned for what's happening where.

Also don't forget the Far Out Shoot Out is coming up Memorial weekend. The way the season is running late this year due to the cool weather, timing looks like it will be perfect for outstanding catches at the Shoot Out. Join us for good camaradie/fishing/food/instruction. The tourney is a one day event but you can fish Friday or Saturday, your option. Win some cash, but most importantly the bragging rights is what's it's all about. This is the perfect event for new comers to join with a large group of other boaters to make the trip to the stream. By tourney time, our charter fleet should have the fish dialed in so stay tuned to reports as where the best action is.

Also don't forget this Tuesday, May 10, our bill to SAVE OUR POGIES will be heard in the state legislature. Please try to attend the hearing to demonstrate to the committee the importance of this bill to our fishery. For more info go to www.saveourpogies.com. Thanks.


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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"Emergency message from Rep Stiller" | Carolina Contender | 05/06/05
 

Please go to www.saveourpogies.com for important message from Rep Stiller. We need your help!


- Capt. Rube McMullan
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"Week Review" | Show Time | 05/05/05
 

Man is it nasty down here.  Guess what?  Its nearly the weekend, go figure!  Saturday's weather is not looking promiising, although you may be able to get out and do some Sea Bass or Bonito fishing.  Sunday actually looks pretty good, and with the special permission of mom, maybe you can join us for a Gulf Stream adventure as we're scheduled to be there.  Over last weekend and early week we stayed busy fishing and continued having good luck in the Stream- not so much with Tuna, but with Wahoo especially and more Dolphin.  Actually on my last outing on Tuesday the Gulf Stream had pushed inshore to 130 feet and it was 76 degree water with lots of current.  Not ideal for Tuna, but the Wahoo and Dolphin were happy with it.  I think you'll start to see our Gulf Stream pattern shift as we fish warmer and clearer water where you are more likely to find the Dolphin especially.  Inshore, we had about the best Atlantic Bonito fishing I've ever seen over the weekend as they were thick in the vicinity of the 390/390 and General Sherman.  They don't stay long, but they are a blast when you can find them schooling and cast light tackle to them-- not to mention they are hands down every bit as good as Yellowfin Tuna- NO LIE.  Anyway, the nearshore waters are into the mid 60's and we're catching a few Spanish Mackerel mixed in with the Bonito which is a sure sign of change.  It won't be long before they'll be on the beach and the Kings will be close behind-- then the Cobia....-- also the Grouper should be moving inshore to the 75-100 foot depth range which I very much look forward to.  Here are few pictures I collected over last week- sorry to be late in posting them.  Hope you'll still try to come down this weekend and maybe make special arrangements to stay and fish on Sunday or Monday as the weather looks really good.  Oh yeah, and on Saturday you can fish our Flounder and Trout tournament inshore for entertainment-- I think we'll have a good crowd as the fishing has been pretty decent.


- Capt. Brant McMullan
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"save our pogies red alert update" | Carolina Contender | 05/04/05
 

Please go to www.saveourpogies.com for important update. We need your help.


- Capt. Rube McMullan
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"Go Fishing With Capt. Barrett in Venice, Louisiana" | Team Carolina Wellcraft | 05/03/05
 

Capt. Barrett and the Team Carolina Wellcraft boat will be available for charter in Venice, Louisiana for June 5,6,7 & 8.  Venice, Louisiana is home to some of the best sportfishing in the United States.  Giant king mackerel, red snapper and yellowfin tuna just to name a few of the attractions.  Capt. Barrett has extensive experience fishing this area with numerous top ten king mackerel tournament finishes.  Call for more details- 910-575-3474 ext. 4


- Capt. Barrett McMullan
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